How does Bimbo Akintola, pull off her crying scenes in movies in an expert and easy way? Well, the star actress bared it all in an interview.
She said it is easy for her to shed tears because she is a passionate person. She further went on to say that she cries regularly.
“I cry out of frustration. When I am upset, I cry. I am one of those people that cry easily because I am a very passionate and emotional person. If I am frustrated, I can cry. If I am angry and you ask me to explain myself, I would cry, I am that kind of person; so I cry regularly,” she said.
The recent movie she featured in , ‘93 days,’ the star actress played the role of Ameyo Adadevoh, the brave physician who died while ensuring that the Ebola virus did not become an epidemic in the country.
When asked if she could die for her country like Adadevoh, the actress did not blink before she gave her answer. “I can die for Nigeria; I can totally die for Nigeria,” the actress reiterated.
Meanwhile, the movie was recently premiered in Lagos at The Rock Cathedral. Commenting on the blockbuster, the Senior Pastor of House On The Rock church, Pastor Paul Adefarasin said, “We salute the entire cast of ‘93 days’ – Bimbo Akintola, Danny Glover, Tim Reid, Gideon Okeke, Tina Mba, Bimbo Manuel, Charles Okafor, Keppy Ekpenyong Bassey, Somekele Idhalama, Adebola Williams, Alastair Mackenzie and others for delivering a stellar performance and reliving, for our viewing pleasure, the gut-wrenching ‘93-day’ race against time.”
The producer and director of the movie, Steve Gukas, was quick to add that he is attracted to things that show the best of Nigeria. He said, “I am attracted to things that show the best of Nigeria. Nigeria is never shown in a good light and I believe we should tell our story anytime we have the opportunity,” he said.